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Father Coughlin

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Old Time Radio Programs, Father Coughlin.

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Keywords: Old Time Radio; Father Coughlin; The Radio Priest

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FatherCoughlin_1937-02-14__PrimerOnCommunismVsChristianity.mp3 26.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1937-02-21__PopularFrontVsChristianFront.mp3 27.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1937-03-28__EasterBroadcast.mp3 13.7 MB
FatherCoughlin_1937-04-04__StillPayingForWW1.mp3 13.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1937-04-11__ReliefThatFailsToRelieve.mp3 13.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1938-11-20.mp3 28.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1938-11-27.mp3 27.0 MB
FatherCoughlin_1938-12-04.mp3 27.3 MB
FatherCoughlin_1938-12-11__JewsSupportCommunism.mp3 26.3 MB
FatherCoughlin_1938-12-18.mp3 26.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1938-12-25.mp3 26.7 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-01-01.mp3 27.1 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-01-08.mp3 26.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-01-15.mp3 20.3 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-01-22.mp3 26.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-01-29.mp3 26.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-03-13__BondsAndNeutrality.mp3 28.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-03-19__NationWideAntiWarContext.mp3 27.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-03-26__CzechoslovakiaProblemIsInAmerica.mp3 28.6 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-04-02__HistoryOfHolyWeek.mp3 28.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-04-09__TheResurrection.mp3 28.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-04-16__UnjustAggressors.mp3 28.4 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-04-23__RecapOfPreviousWeek.mp3 28.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-04-30__SoThisIsDemocracy.mp3 28.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-05-07__PropagandaAtWork.mp3 28.7 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-05-14__MothersChallengeToWarmongers.mp3 27.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-05-21__WhereDoWeStand.mp3 28.0 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-06-25__GovernmentByMan.mp3 27.1 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-07-02__DeclarationAndWashingtonFarewell.mp3 29.1 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-07-16__AnAppealToTheLaboringMan.mp3 28.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-07-23__ResponseToElliottRoosevelt.mp3 27.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-08-06__ALivingWagePt1.mp3 14.7 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-08-06__ALivingWagePt2.mp3 14.3 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-08-13__ToTheLaboringMen.mp3 28.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-08-20__ThePopularFront.mp3 29.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-08-27.mp3 28.9 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-09-03.mp3 29.3 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-09-10__CashAndCarryWillEvolveIntoCreditAndCarry.mp3 28.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-09-17__StrictNeutralityAndNoCashAndCarry.mp3 28.0 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-09-24__NoProsperityInMachinegunningOurBrothersInChr.mp3 28.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-12-24__FeastOfChristmas.mp3 29.4 MB
FatherCoughlin_1939-12-31__ReviewOfPast10Years.mp3 28.4 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-01-07__ConcernsToTheChristianFamily.mp3 27.5 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-01-07__FDRMessageToCongress.mp3 14.6 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-01-21__ITakeMyStand.mp3 14.7 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-01-28__DiscussingAChristianFront.mp3 27.9 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-02-04__NoFatherCoughlinAnnouncements.mp3 28.2 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-03-17.mp3 28.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-03-24.mp3 28.6 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-04-07__BondsFederalReserveBank.mp3 28.0 MB
FatherCoughlin_1940-04-14__MoreBonds.mp3 29.1 MB
FatherCoughlin_1978-00-00__InterviewOnHowardMillerProgram.mp3 19.8 MB
FatherCoughlin_19xx-xx-xx__StartOfFlower.mp3 14.2 MB
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Reviewer: toby jug - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - February 17, 2013
Subject: I suppose you needed to be there
Listening to the broadcasts, thay can seem extreme , however you have to place them in the context of the local and international situation at that time, plus the lack of information that individuals had, and how it was controlled by press barons...I can see that in 50 + years society will judge us nieve even with our internet access...when the real truth is revealed

Reviewer: Mickey S. - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - February 15, 2013
Subject: What is Past is Prologue
Patriots: As you listen to the Reverend's words please keep in mind what is chiseled into our National Archives building: "What Is Past Is Prologue."

Reviewer: Ampico - - February 3, 2013
Subject: Mcarthyism
Joseph McCarthy was a power hungry alcoholic who was not above ruining someone's life through unbacked accusations and innuendo. Since nobody has commented on my statement that Father Coughln was anti-semitic, the decision on the field is confirmed. I wonder if he ever realized that Jesus was a Jew. Anyway, “The problem in defense is how far you can go without destroying from within what you are trying to defend from without.” General/President Dwight D. Eisenhower

Reviewer: Poe1809 - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - January 31, 2013
Subject: .
Joseph McCarthy? I wish there are few Joseph McCarthys running around the senate right now. That was a rather nonsensical comparison to the subject, though, but whatever. Why not add the Great Gatsby and Bill Cosby just for kicks.

These recordings are of historical significance and the sound quality is good.

Reviewer: Anatoon - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - January 30, 2013
Subject: Wha????
What are you talking about? McCarthy warned us about the Communist threat and he was right. In fact it was discover after the fact that the Communist threat was much larger than even he realized.
If America had listened to him we wouldn't be where we are today.

Reviewer: kristinmak - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - January 24, 2013
Subject: Timeless and Truthful
Father Coughlin gave warning to beware of Marxism, liberal/progressive agendas that we ignored and now pay for. The bullying cry of "intolerance" and "hate"were tossed around to discredit him in order to lure unsuspecting citizens away from communism's dangerous goals. Communism never died, it gained strength while we were sleeping. Moral, physical, and economic slavery is what we have won in silencing him.

Excellent recording, audio very good.

Reviewer: se7enMM - 1.00 out of 5 stars - November 23, 2012
Subject: Evil Bigot
. . . man, this guy was a real piece of work. My Dad and I were thrilled when this hypocritical racist and evil blowhard was finally and forever barred from radio. Not everything from our good old days was "good".

~Happy Holidays and (yes) God Bless,

Reviewer: P. Nussbaum - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - September 11, 2009
Subject: Date of Start of Little Flower
Listening to this show Coughlin mentions he was 82 years old so I tentatively date it to 1973. Thanks for posting these important historical artifacts.

Reviewer: lonelee - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - July 11, 2009
Subject: an invaluable historical resource
hearing his voice helps to understand the power he exercised: the 2d broadcast must be dated post july 23, 1939 as he cites a Daily Worker editorial of that date right at the top